As a source of valuable information about a person’s affective state, heart rate data has the potential to improve both understanding and experience of human-computer interaction. Conventional methods for measuring heart rate use skin contact methods, where a measuring device must be worn by the user. We study a contactless approach based on photoplethysmography (PPG), which could prove to be advantageous in an Information Systems setting.
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